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Hi The big problem here is its not visual, so it woule best you either see your doctor for a look see or your local sexual health /gum clinic again...
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Hi Best advice would be go back to the clinic where you had them inserted and see what they say.Good Luck
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Hi When I was a kid it was malt vinegar, calamine lotion, but today its like you have tried aloe vera, if you can get it straight from a plant even...
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If you are not circumcised, you need to start pulling your foreskin back and gently cleaning under it.  The itch could be from laundry soap, or...
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I would have said use Neiva. But if its spreading try soothing aloe maybe? 
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Sometimes this can happen because of an irritated hemorrhoid, other times it's difficulty wiping everything off the hairs growing in there. ...
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Hi It could be just a simple yeast infection, men do get then as well, this next part is from WebMD But men can get a yeast infection, too. This is...
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Did you come in contact with anything irritating, like poison ivy or harsh soap?  Does taking a Benadryl hlep?  Itchy bumps are a bit hard...
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Hi to you both but to the original poster, is your weight up, it could be the extra weight that is giving you both that problem me I'm a big...
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It may be a case of dry skin. If you live in a place with low humidity walking may agitate the skin, It may be something else but just try to put...
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If it's around your earring hole, perhaps it's either dermatitis or a very small infection?  Either way, keep the area scrupulously...
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 I am not sure what you have but I believe it is called contact dermatitis.  I am not sure what this is since I have not seen it. But I...
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Pinworms are always a possibility, and you can certainly have a pinworm test to see if this is the underlying problem. Pinworms can be spread to...
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Hi Your find it to do with your hormones, these change as you go through your cycle, hence your flare ups.Try seeing your doctor there must be help...
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Hi See if this helps you and your penis, just to follow some basic care regimens: Drink at least 2 litres of water everyday. Drink cranberry juice...
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